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The name Enron has become shorthand for many things in the 10 years since the company went bankrupt, few of them positive.
The collapse of Enron was a closely watched and thoroughly documented corporate event, a slow-motion cataclysm chronicled in thousands of articles, dozens of case studies, movies and even a play.
In the hours before they were laid off from Enron Corp., Meredith Moore and her colleagues sat by their desks wrapping Christmas presents.
December will be a watershed month for Andrew Fastow.
When Mike Anderson launched the FBI’s investigation of Enron’s collapse in early December 2001, he thought assigning a couple of agents to the case would be a good start.
David Bermingham was 5,000 miles and 12 months away from home when the Department of Justice made him the offer.
• Shell produces oil from world’s deepest underwater well • Joe Barton: Chu could be Solyndra “fall guy” • Republicans push drilling plan to pay for roads, bridges • House panel scrutinizes plan for frack water rules • Texas electric complaints decline, but 3X higher than pre-dereg • Chesapeake CEO says services unit may be worth […]
BP probation challenge. E-mails challenge fair review. Exxon wants to export.
McMoRan finds some more. Progress on Brazilian spill. Nabors looking to sell assets.
Bye-bye Bromwich. New U.S. oil peak by 2020. BHP, ENI spending big.